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December Clippers Discounts On Tickets

Clippers Tickets

Clippers Tickets

Official Partner of the LA Clippers Barry’s Tickets is pleased to offer special discounts on Clippers Tickets for the month of December. Our Clippers Tickets Discount Codes and Promo Codes are exclusive to Barry’s Tickets Best Value Tickets which are already priced down.The Los Angeles Clippers closed the month of November victorious, after beating the Sacramento Kings in their last game of the month. Holding a 12-5 winning record, the Clips have done what they should have to start the season. Now, it’s time for them to take the next step and set the foundation for the championship contention.

The Clippers have a statement-game to start December. On Sunday, December 1, they take on Paul George and the Indiana Pacers, who are currently leading the NBA with a 15-1 record. The Pacers are one of the favorites to win the Eastern Conference but also the Larry O’Brien trophy this season, so this game is a potential NBA Finals matchup. This is a must-win game for the Clips.

Clippers Tickets Discount

Clippers Tickets

Then the Clippers go on a seven-game road trip, which will last 10 days in total.

Another one tough game at home comes just after the team returns from its road trip. On December 16, Doc Rivers’s team takes on the defending Western Conference champions, San Antonio Spurs. The Spurs are currently leading the West and they stand big chances of winning it all again in the conference this season, too.

Two days later, on Wednesday December 18, Anthony Davis and his company of young and energetic teammates come to town. This might be a close game but the Clippers should come out victorious.

The Clippers then play back-to-back home games on the weekend of December 21 and 22. The first game is against the Denver Nuggets. Despite all the changes the Nuggets have gone through this season and the fact they are still missing their superstar forward Danilo Gallinari, they still are a dangerous opponent.
The Minnesota Timberwolves are the next opponent for LA. The Wolves are more dangerous than they have ever been in the last few seasons. The Clippers should be very cautious on their perimeter defense in this game, as Kevin Love and Kevin Martin are surging from beyond the arc.

After a two-game road trip, the Clippers return at the Staples Center for the two final games of the year. The first one is schedule for December 28, when they will meet the Utah Jazz. The Jazz currently rank last in the season with just two wins in their first 17 games.

The last game of 2013 for the Los Angeles Clippers comes on Monday December 30 at the Staples Center against the Phoenix Suns. This will be the first meeting of the two teams after the major trade that sent Eric Bledsoe and Caron Butler to the Suns and J.J. Redick alongside Jared Dudley to LA.

Discount and Promo Codes on Clippers Tickets are good on BEST VALUE (BV) tickets only and are subject to change at anytime!

By:Chris Michaels

December Lakers Tickets Discounts Available Now

Lakers Tickets

Lakers

Los Angeles Lakers Tickets Discount Codes for games at the Staples Center in the month of December are available now. Barry’s Tickets offers up to 40% discount code on some of the Lakers Biggest games of the year. Including discount codes for Lakers Vs Trail Blazers , Lakers Vs Timberwolves, Lakers Tickets discount for the Christmas match up against Lebron and the Miami Heat.

The Los Angeles Lakers closed the month of November with a victory against the Detroit Pistons. The team is set to enter December after starting 9-8 this season, which is not what every Lakers fans wanted, but it certainly could have been worse.

The Lakers start December with a home game against the Portland Trail Blazers, who are surprisingly surging this season. The game takes place at the Staples on Sunday, December 1. Portland currently holds a 13-3 record and also the second seed in the West.

Discount Lakers Tickets December

Lakers Tickets December

The next home game for the Lakers is schedule one week after, on Sunday, December 8, when LA will host the Toronto Raptors. By then, there are many chances the Lakers will have their superstar leader, Kobe Bryant, back. As Bryant said, he is currently a few weeks away from returning to action.

Two days later, the Lakers will face the Phoenix Suns. The Suns are on a solid course this season, currently ranking eighth in the West, although they weren’t expected to perform that well. Hopefully, Steve Nash will be back from his nerve root irritation to face his former team by then.

After a four-game road trip the Lakers return to the City of Angels to take on Kevin Love and the Minnesota Timberwolves. The game takes place on December 20 inside the Staples Center and it should be a tough one for Mike D’Antoni’s team. The duo of Love and Kevin Martin has proven out to be deadly for the Wolves, who have found the additional scoring option they have been looking for several seasons now.
The next home game for the Lakers comes on Christmas Day. LeBron James and Co. come to LA to play a classic rivalry game against Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers. The game is scheduled for 5.00 pm and it will be nationally televised.

On Sunday, December 29 the Lakers play their second to last game for this year against the Philadelphia 76ers. Philly started hot this season but lost several games since. Still, this should be a very interesting game for the home crown, as they will have the chance to watch one of the best rookies this season, Michael Carter-Williams taking on the Lakers’ defense.

The Milwaukee Bucks are the last opponent for 2013 for the Lakers. The game will take place on December 31 and it should be an easy one for the Lakers. The Bucks currently rank last in the Eastern Conference with a 2-13 record.

In general, we should expect more from the Lakers in the month of December, as the Black Mamba will be back to help the team win more games.

Discount and Promo Codes on Lakers Tickets are good on BEST VALUE (BV) tickets only and are subject to change at anytime!

By:Chris Michaels

Lakers 2013-2014 NBA Season Playoff Chances

Los Angeles Lakers

Lakers

What a difference a season makes. Just twelve months ago the Los Angeles Lakers were seen by many as potential NBA title favorites. In a classic Lakers move the franchise added superstar center Dwight Howard to a lineup that already included three veteran superstars, Pau Gasol, Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash. The Lakers were so confident that former swingman Metta World Peace predicted 73 wins. The rest of the NBA was shaking their heads at another classic Lakers instant rebuild. Flash forward a year later and the team is in potential disarray with an unknown future. Dwight Howard is a member of the Houston Rockets. Kobe Bryant is recovering from a potential career ending injury. Steve Nash is going on forty and coming off an injury filled season. Metta World Peace is now a member of the New York Knicks.

So what’s in store for the Los Angeles Lakers this season? What will the team look like a year from now? Here are five stories to follow as the Lakers kick off the 2013-2014 season next Tuesday night versus the Clippers. You can get special Discount Codes for Battle For LA Lakers Vs Clippers Tickets now.

Kobe Bryant’s Health: In a season full of injuries and inconsistency Kobe Bryant put together a tremendous, MVP-like regular season. Although his game was diminished on the defensive end, Bryant was as effective as ever offensively. Typically when a player goes out with an Achilles injury it’s safe to write them off for nearly a year—not Kobe Bryant of course. The Lakers expect their star back much sooner than expected, perhaps even this calendar year. How quickly and effectively Bryant returns is the most significant factor for the Lakers this season. A healthy and effective Bryant can lead them to the playoffs. If he’s not the same player the Lakers have to think about the future.

What to do with Pau Gasol: Dwight Howard has come and gone while Pau Gasol remains. The veteran Spaniard remains one of the best big men in basketball. Without Howard clogging up the middle Gasol will be the number one option in the post. He’s an effective scorer, passer and all around efficient offensive force. If the team stays healthy and Kobe Bryant returns ahead of schedule they may have the veteran core to challenge for the playoffs. If last season’s frustrations are repeated the Lakers have a trade-able asset in Gasol. Gasol is in a contract year and resigning him will eliminate some of the cap space they have for next year’s free agent push. Trading him will also put the club under the luxury threshold, a tempting proposition, especially if the Lakers are under .500.

Improved Bench? The Lakers had very little depth last season. An aging team that only went eight deep was an issue. With limited cap space Mitch Kupchak did his best to rebuild the bench. Chris Kaman will provide capable size, defense and hustle in the post. Nick Young and Wesley Johnson are athletic wings who can hit the three point shot. It’s not a lot to work with but there is more quickness and youth than last season. Many are predicting a breakout year from Young as a wing off the bench. If the veteran starters stay healthy it’s a perfectly respectable bench. If the Lakers suffer injuries to the top rotation and the bench is thrust into regular duty like last season the Lakers will struggle.

Mike D’Antoni: The decision to go with D’Antoni to replace Mike Brown wasn’t a popular one. The perception was that D’Antoni’s system wasn’t conducive to the Lakers roster and the fact he isn’t a defensive minded coach were valid points. Howard clearly didn’t work out in the D’Antoni system, and he’s moved on as a result. The Lakers lack of youth will remain and issue, especially on the defensive end of the court. A second year in the D’Antoni system, combined with an offseason to mold the team in his favor, should benefit the club. Still if the Lakers get off to a weak start and struggle D’Antoni may not be long for the sidelines.

Next Year’s Draft: Next June’s draft is considered one of the deepest drafts in years with several prospective “can’t miss” prospects. Players such as Andrew Wiggins, Aaron Gordon, Julius Randle, Marcus Smart, Jabari Parker and Andrew Harrison are seen as potential NBA All-Stars. If Kobe Bryant doesn’t return as soon or as effective as the Lakers would like the franchise may make the logical decision to trade Pau Gasol and build for the future. With only Robert Sacre and Nick Young on the books after next season the Lakers could very well re-sign Bryant, earn a high lottery pick, and then have the choice to sign two potential max-players—such as Lebron James.

Prediction: Too much of the Lakers success is based on the giant question mark surrounding the return of Kobe Bryant. He Lakers star has continually proved people wrong over the years and has an incredible work ethic. Expect Bryant to return earlier than expected and to put together a solid season. The Lakers will be better than many predict and will fight for one of the final playoff spots in the west.

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By:Chris Michaels